"America's Got Talent", Allison Carter, auditions. Nashville TN, “Black Velvet”, “Something Old/Something New”, benefit show, Dennis Hobbs, donations, Facebook, George Seaberry, It Was a Very Good Year, J.W. Brewer, Janie Crews, K-95, Mariann Hyslop, non-profit, Phyllis Simpson, Repertory Theater of the Ozarks, RTO, RTO singers, spaghetti dinner, Thayer MO, Vera Martin
Dinner starts at 5 p.m., and show starts at 6:30 p.m.
The show “Something Old/Something New” heralds the return of RTO star George R. Seaberry III and a host of other RTO singers.
The show is to benefit RTO star Mariann Hyslop who has been asked by “America’s Got Talent” to appear for auditions in Nashville on Nov. 5.
Seaberry will sing “As Time Goes By” and “It Was a Very Good Year.”
Some of the other songs on the play list include “Colors of the Wind” by Janie Crews, “You Are My Sunshine” by Phyllis Simpson, and “Old Man River” by Dennis Hobbs. A new Willie Nelson song, “Guitar in the Corner,” will be introduced by J.W. Brewer, and “River of No Return” will be sung by Vera Martin, Allison Carter will MC and sing “Earl,” and Mariann Hyslop will sing “Black Velvet”
The dinner will include a full spaghetti dinner, dessert and drink for $5.00 for adults and $3 for children. This includes the show, and donations will be accepted.
Repertory Theater (RTO) is a non-profit theater organization chartered in 2003 and licensed in both Arkansas and Missouri.
For more information call Caroll at (870) 937-4235 ) or Mariann at (417) 274-0758. See us on Facebook at Repertory Theater of the Ozarks. Listen to us on radio Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. on K-95 FM with Mike Crase.